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How color relationships and coordination are applied to art, hair styling, eyes, complexion, dress and home decoration. Narrator: James A. Brill. Educational Collaborator: Eliot O'Hara, N.A.
This movie is part of the collection: Prelinger Archives
Producer: Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.
Audio/Visual: Sd, C
Keywords: Perception: Color; Art and artists: Technique; Fashion
Creative Commons license: Public Domain
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Subject: just color correct it
take the file to a video compositing software, adjust the rgb levels, and there you got: a better looking film about colors
Christine Hennig -
Subject: How Too Much Green Makes Everything Else Look Gray
This dry educational film about color mixing and combining has some striking imagery, both abstract and concrete, of the outcomes of combining or juxtaposing various colors together. Unfortunately, the print has washed-out color that emphasizes green in everything. This could increase the camp value of the film, but it doesnt because its just too hard to see the colors. Meat fans will enjoy the brief scene of a huge side of beef, and the 50s makeup scenes are appropriately garish, but even then I think theyd be more enjoyable if the colors were more accurate.
Ratings: Camp/Humor Value: ***. Weirdness: ****. Historical Interest: ****. Overall Rating: ***.
Subject: Color Keying
Interesting concept of using color management for the home of this era. Unfort,why the green reproduction in this film is that the Eastman color dyes in the age of this film have taken its toll in true color reproduction (one of the disadvantages of Eastman against the Technicolor dye-transfer process - the duration of keeping the colors true when age becomes a factor).
Subject: Add yellow to red to make... green!
In this very odd film, the theme of color is attempted to be explained, yet the condition of the film, as you can tell by the movie scenes, are all green. Making every point seem moot as every color combined with every color will make... green.